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    CBS4 Sports has learned Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken. It was not face-to-face, but rather by conference call on Monday with Cutler, head coach Josh McDaniels and owner Pat Bowlen among those on the line.

    The much awaited discussion was prompted after the now well-publicized events on the first weekend of free agency. The Broncos explored a possible trade that would have sent Cutler out of town for former Patriots backup Matt Cassel. The trade never happened and Cassel eventually ended up in Kansas City. The Broncos denied they initiated any trade talks, but Cutler was certain the team tried to move him.

    Sources close to the situation tell CBS4 Sports that the tone of the dicussion was not exactly "make nice" as might have been expected. We're told McDaniels made it clear to the quarterback how the team will be run, and how Cutler was expected to fit into that plan. McDaniels reiterated the Broncos position that they have no intention of trading Cutler, but he also made it clear that all players are being constantly evaluated and could be traded if management thinks it will make the team better.

    CBS4 Sports contacted the Broncos for a comment about Monday's discussions, but so far they have not responded.

    The Broncos expect Cutler to report to Dove Valley next Monday, when the Broncos begin voluntary offseason workouts.

    CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.

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    • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
      CBS4: Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken and issues remain.
      Details on cbs4denver.com
      "Town Hall Meeting"
      (Marsh16/Aurora)
      cbs4denver.com/townhall
      Stupid text being vague.

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      • CBS4 Sports has learned Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken. It was not face-to-face, but rather by conference call on Monday with Cutler, head coach Josh McDaniels and owner Pat Bowlen among those on the line.

        The much awaited discussion was prompted after the now well-publicized events on the first weekend of free agency. The Broncos explored a possible trade that would have sent Cutler out of town for former Patriots backup Matt Cassel. The trade never happened and Cassel eventually ended up in Kansas City. The Broncos denied they initiated any trade talks, but Cutler was certain the team tried to move him.

        Sources close to the situation tell CBS4 Sports that the tone of the dicussion was not exactly "make nice" as might have been expected. We're told McDaniels made it clear to the quarterback how the team will be run, and how Cutler was expected to fit into that plan. McDaniels reiterated the Broncos position that they have no intention of trading Cutler, but he also made it clear that all players are being constantly evaluated and could be traded if management thinks it will make the team better.

        CBS4 Sports contacted the Broncos for a comment about Monday's discussions, but so far they have not responded.

        The Broncos expect Cutler to report to Dove Valley next Monday, when the Broncos begin voluntary offseason workouts.

        CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.

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        • I posted this already... Please look around before posting topics of the same detail.

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          • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
            CBS4 Sports has learned Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken. It was not face-to-face, but rather by conference call on Monday with Cutler, head coach Josh McDaniels and owner Pat Bowlen among those on the line.

            The much awaited discussion was prompted after the now well-publicized events on the first weekend of free agency. The Broncos explored a possible trade that would have sent Cutler out of town for former Patriots backup Matt Cassel. The trade never happened and Cassel eventually ended up in Kansas City. The Broncos denied they initiated any trade talks, but Cutler was certain the team tried to move him.

            Sources close to the situation tell CBS4 Sports that the tone of the dicussion was not exactly "make nice" as might have been expected. We're told McDaniels made it clear to the quarterback how the team will be run, and how Cutler was expected to fit into that plan. McDaniels reiterated the Broncos position that they have no intention of trading Cutler, but he also made it clear that all players are being constantly evaluated and could be traded if management thinks it will make the team better.

            CBS4 Sports contacted the Broncos for a comment about Monday's discussions, but so far they have not responded.

            The Broncos expect Cutler to report to Dove Valley next Monday, when the Broncos begin voluntary offseason workouts.

            CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.


            I knew he was behind this...
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            • Originally posted by jcdavey View Post
              at least he can get to the playoffs


              many a fan have perished in the pursuit of a rocket arm rather than intelligence,
              you guys will more than likely just be the next crop to wither.

              jeff george's arm is still stronger than rivers'
              i think "boy george's" arm is still stronger than rivers.....
              i'm a BRONCO'S fan !:go:

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              • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
                CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.
                Wow, Cuddles is really being a baby.
                Rivers getting smacked by Haynesworth

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                • Originally posted by jcdavey View Post
                  hey my guy's never missed the playoffs anywhere, you're guy has never made it there..... since HS

                  the facts speak for themselves in this case

                  change the facts and you'll have some semblance of an arguement

                  till then cutler's an overrated white michael vick, but unlike vick, he can't even get to the playoffs
                  Hmm.

                  I will easily agree that Rivers is better than Cutler, but you can't put the Broncos missing the playoffs on Cutler.

                  Rivers has a competent defense around him, and has some dangerous RBs.

                  Cutler has 5th string RBs and a coach who refused to run.

                  It's not Cutler's fault we can't get over .500.
                  Very happy to have Tebow in orange and blue!!!

                  Team Tebow #16

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                  • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
                    CBS4 Sports has learned Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken. It was not face-to-face, but rather by conference call on Monday with Cutler, head coach Josh McDaniels and owner Pat Bowlen among those on the line.

                    The much awaited discussion was prompted after the now well-publicized events on the first weekend of free agency. The Broncos explored a possible trade that would have sent Cutler out of town for former Patriots backup Matt Cassel. The trade never happened and Cassel eventually ended up in Kansas City. The Broncos denied they initiated any trade talks, but Cutler was certain the team tried to move him.

                    Sources close to the situation tell CBS4 Sports that the tone of the dicussion was not exactly "make nice" as might have been expected. We're told McDaniels made it clear to the quarterback how the team will be run, and how Cutler was expected to fit into that plan. McDaniels reiterated the Broncos position that they have no intention of trading Cutler, but he also made it clear that all players are being constantly evaluated and could be traded if management thinks it will make the team better.

                    CBS4 Sports contacted the Broncos for a comment about Monday's discussions, but so far they have not responded.

                    The Broncos expect Cutler to report to Dove Valley next Monday, when the Broncos begin voluntary offseason workouts.

                    CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.
                    Now that last part I don't like one bit...
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                    • As i have said many times now, Cutler is the biggest baby in all of football...

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                      • I've stuck up for Jay, but seriously if he still wants to play he needs to just forgive and forget... We need to move on.

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                        • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
                          CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.
                          What's up with that? The owner, who pays the Cutler his contract calls not once but twice and you skip his call and don't call back. Hopefully not true. Can you imagine doing that in the real professional world and there not be ramifications?

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                          • Originally posted by CodyRoark View Post
                            CBS4 Sports has learned Jay Cutler and the Broncos have finally spoken. It was not face-to-face, but rather by conference call on Monday with Cutler, head coach Josh McDaniels and owner Pat Bowlen among those on the line.

                            The much awaited discussion was prompted after the now well-publicized events on the first weekend of free agency. The Broncos explored a possible trade that would have sent Cutler out of town for former Patriots backup Matt Cassel. The trade never happened and Cassel eventually ended up in Kansas City. The Broncos denied they initiated any trade talks, but Cutler was certain the team tried to move him.

                            Sources close to the situation tell CBS4 Sports that the tone of the dicussion was not exactly "make nice" as might have been expected. We're told McDaniels made it clear to the quarterback how the team will be run, and how Cutler was expected to fit into that plan. McDaniels reiterated the Broncos position that they have no intention of trading Cutler, but he also made it clear that all players are being constantly evaluated and could be traded if management thinks it will make the team better.

                            CBS4 Sports contacted the Broncos for a comment about Monday's discussions, but so far they have not responded.

                            The Broncos expect Cutler to report to Dove Valley next Monday, when the Broncos begin voluntary offseason workouts.

                            CBS4 Sports has also learned that Bowlen attempted to contact Cutler twice last week. Both calls went unreturned.


                            Thata boy McD dont take s**t from no one.
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                            • Originally posted by RunYouOver View Post
                              Now that last part I don't like one bit...
                              yeah

                              its one thing that Cutler doesnt wanna talk to his new coach.. which im still against..

                              but another not talking to the guy who signs his paycheck..
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                              sig by B4B6..

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                              • Originally posted by Cutlers crew View Post
                                i think "boy george's" arm is still stronger than rivers.....
                                i wouldn't doubt it

                                maybe if jay ever wakes up and realizes it takes more than a strong arm to be a qb, he'll finally do something in the nfl, and make something of himself


                                jeff george with the raiders in 1999 =

                                4-12
                                3917 yards passing, 29tds , 9 ints, 7.5 yards per attempt
                                he had a similar year for atl in 95, but that year he went 9-7

                                let's see cutler ever finish over .500 , i don't think he can

                                but if he does i'll give him props

                                i just think he's the 40 billion dollar airport with the 10 cent control tower, and thus far he has proven me correct.
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